CLAYTON SINCLAIR fonds - MG 31, B 52

 
Manuscript   Division des
            Division     manuscrits

              CLAYTON SINCLAIR fonds

                               MG 31, B 52

          Finding Aid No. 1917 / Instrument de recherche no 1917

Prepared by David Fraser of the Economic   Préparé en 1992 et en 1997 par David
and Public Archives Section in 1992 and    Fraser de la Section des archives
1997.                                      économiques et publiques.
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                                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii

Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation Unions:

           Clayton Sinclair's Numbered Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

           General Subject Files and Scrapbooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

           Oversize Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Ships: Reference Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Financial Times of Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Appendix "A": Detailed List of Clayton Sinclair's
Numbered Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
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                              INTRODUCTION

There are two principal sections to the finding aid to the Clayton Sinclair papers.
The first is a topographical list of all the files in the papers. The second, Appendix
"A", is a detailed list of the numbered files on the Board of Trustees of the Maritime
Transportation Unions in volumes 1 to 4. This detailed list was prepared by Clayton
Sinclair, with some amendments by Archives staff.
CLAYTON SINCLAIR fonds

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Vol.   Folder                                  File Title               Dates

                                 BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MARITIME
                                      TRANSPORTATION UNIONS
                                    Clayton Sinclair's Numbered Files
                                           (see Appendix "A")

1      1        Items 1 to 4                                            n.d.,
                                                                        1963-1965

1      2        Items 5 (and 5A). Public relations. Correspondence,     1963-1966
                memoranda (1 of 2)

1      3        Items 5 (and 5A). Public relations. Correspondence,     1963-1966
                memoranda (2 of 2)

1      4        Items 6 to 9                                            1964-1965

1      5        Items 10 to 14                                          n.d., 1965

1      6        Items 15 and 15A to 15J                                 1963-1965

1      7        Item 16. Canada Labour Relations Board decisions        1965
                affecting SIU; related notes, contracts and
                correspondence

1      8        Items 16A to 19                                         1963-1965

1      9        Item 20                                                 1964

1      10       Items 21 to 26                                          1964-1965

1      11       Items 27 to 29                                          1964, 1972

1      12       Item 30 (photographs): transferred to Documentary
                Art and Photography Division

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Vol.    Folder                                     File Title            Dates

1       13         Items 31 to 43                                        1963-1966

1       14         Item 44                                               n.d., 1965

1       15         Items 45 to 50                                        1956,
                                                                         1961-1965

1       16         Items 51 to 57                                        n.d.,
                                                                         1964-1965

1       17         Items 58 to 70                                        n.d., 1964

1       18         Items 71 to 82                                        n.d.,
                                                                         1964-1965

2       1          Items 83 to 88                                        1964

2       2          Items 89 to 100                                       1964

2       3          Items 101 to 112                                      n.d.,
                                                                         1963-1965

2       4          Items 113 to 115 (photographs): transferred to
                   Documentary Art and Photography Division

2       5          Items 116 to 122                                      1964-1965

2       6          Items 128 to 132                                      n.d.,
                                                                         1964-1967

2       7          Items 134 to 136                                      1964-1968

2       8          Item 6-1. Scrapbook of news clippings on Seafarers'   Oct. 1954 -
                   International Union and other maritime unions         Sept. 1963
                   (see vol. 5 below for additional scrapbooks)

2       9          Item 6-4                                              1965

2       10         Item 6-5                                              1965

2       11         Item 6-6                                              1966

2       12         Items 6-7 to 6-10                                     n.d.,
                                                                         1961-1966

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Vol.    Folder                                        File Title     Dates

2       13         Items 6-12 to 6-13, 6-16 to 6-20                  1956, 1962?,
                                                                     1963-1965

2       14         Item 6-22                                         1966

2       15         Item 6-23                                         1964

2       16         Items 6-28, 6-29, 6-31                            [1964]

3       1          Items 6-32, 6-34 to 6-40                          n.d., 1964

3       2          Items 6-41 to 6-50                                n.d., 1964

3       3          Items 6-51 to 6-55                                1964

3       4          Item 6-56                                         1964

3       5          Items 6-57 to 6-75                                n.d., 1964

3       6          Items 6-76 to 6-88                                n.d.,
                                                                     1960-1964

3       7          Items 6-89 to 6-96                                n.d.,
                                                                     1963-c.1964

3       8          Items 6-97 to 6-108                               n.d.,
                                                                     1963-1964

3       9          Items 6-109 to 6-125                              n.d.,
                                                                     1963-1965

3       10         Items 6-126 to 6-129, 6-131 to 6-142              n.d.,
                                                                     1965-1980

3       11         Items 7-4 to 7-5                                  1964, 1979

3       12         Item 7-6                                          1965

3       13         Item 7-7                                          1963-1965

4       1          Items 7-8 to 7-9                                  1962-1963

4       2          Item 7-11                                         1963

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Vol.    Folder                                     File Title               Dates

4       3          Item 7-12                                                1960

4       4          Item 7-13                                                1965

4       5          Item 7-14                                                1965

4       6          Items 7-15 to 7-31                                       1963-1964

                                 BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MARITIME
                                     TRANSPORTATION UNIONS
                                   General Subject Files and Scrapbooks

4       7          Board of Trustees. Annual report to Parliament for       Jan. 1965
                   1964. Draft and covering memo

4       8          Board of Trustees. Annual report to Parliament for       c.Jan. 1965
                   1964. Draft with amendments

4       9          Board of Trustees. Annual report to Parliament.          c.Jan. 1965
                   Part 2 - Removal of Harold Chamberlain Banks.
                   Amended draft

4       10         Board of Trustees. Appeal to International Transport     Nov. 1963
                   Workers' Federation re harassment of Canadian ships
                   in US ports

4       11         Board of Trustees. Appearance before House of Commons    March 1965
                   Standing Committee on Industrial Relations. Transcript
                   of evidence, statement of counsel

4       12         Board of Trustees. Charles Millard. Excerpts from        22 Nov. 1964
                   text used at educational meeting, United Auto Workers
                   hall, Oshawa

4       13         Board of Trustees. Directives to unions                  5 Nov. 1963 -
                                                                            12 Mar. 1964

4       14         [Board of Trustees. Mailing lists?]                      c.1963-1965

4       15         Board of Trustees. Press releases                        n.d.,
                                                                            Oct.-Dec.
                                                                            1963

4       16         Board of Trustees. Press releases                        1964

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Vol.    Folder                                     File Title                Dates

4       17         Board of Trustees. Press releases                        1965

4       18         Board of Trustees. Press releases. Biographies           c.Nov. 1963
                   of trustees

4       19         Board of Trustees. "The Maritime Unions Trusteeship -    c.1963
                   A Departure in Canadian Labor Law".
                   Conference Board Record

4       20         Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General   n.d.
                   Workers. Shipping Rules

4       21         Canadian Labour Congress. Press releases                 1965

4       22         Canadian Maritime Union and SIU of Canada.               1965
                   Affidavits by members

4       23         [Canadian Maritime Union?] Election procedure            c.Jan.1965?

4       24         Canadian Maritime Union. Elections                       Jan. 1965

4       25         Canadian Maritime Union. Press release                   Apr. 1965

4       26         Canadian Maritime Union and Upper Lakes Shipping         Apr. 1964
                   Ltd. and Trans-Lake Shipping Ltd. Agreement

4       27         Canadian Merchant Service Guild. Eastern Branch.         Mar. 1958
                   Constitution, Rules and Regulations

4       28         Canadian Merchant Service Guild. Eastern Branch.         Jan. 1963
                   Memorandum of agreement with East Coast Canadian
                   Shipowners

4       29         Canadian Merchant Service Guild. Eastern Branch.         Aug. 1964
                   Report on integration of marine officers into one
                   union

4       30         Federal Government Operation of Union Hiring Halls       n.d.
                   in the Maritime Industry of Canada. Report

4       31         Forest Industrial Relations Ltd. History and             n.d.
                   Structure. Memorandum

4       32         General correspondence and memoranda                     n.d.,
                                                                            1962-1963

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Vol.    Folder                                      File Title                   Dates

4       33         General correspondence and memoranda                         1964

5       1          General correspondence and memoranda                         1965

5       2          Gzowski, Peter. "Hal Banks - Waterfront Warlord".            May 1963
                   MacLean's reprint

5       3          Hearing (unidentified). Testimony of Messrs.                 n.d.
                   Leitch (Upper Lakes) and Schulman

5       4          Hughes, Barry Conn. "You Talk to Working Men, You            Oct. 1973
                   Gotta Be on their level." Canadian Magazine article on
                   SIU of Canada and executive vice-president Roman Gralewicz

5       5          Industrial Disputes Investigation Act. Conciliation          1966
                   Board Reports. Railway disputes

5       6          List, Wilfred. Broadcast commentary on sentencing            6 May 1964
                   of Hal Banks

5       7          Marine casualties (ships). Lists of accidents                n.d.,
                                                                                1963-1964

5       8          Montreal Board of Trade. Compulsory Arbitration              Dec. 1950
                   of Labour Disputes - A Panel Discussion. Proceedings

5       9          Newspaper articles on Board of Trustees and SIU of           n.d.
                   Canada during 1963-1964. List by Clayton Sinclair

5       10         Norris Commission. File classification scheme                c.1962-1963

5       11         Norris Commission. Testimony of [Claude] Jodoin              [1962-1963]
                   and [William] Dodge; notes

5       12         St. Lawrence and Tributaries Port Council of the             n.d.
                   Province of Quebec. Draft constitution

5       13         Seafarers' International Union of Canada -                   1964-1965
                   Address by President Leonard McLaughlin to
                   Montreal Branch, Religion-Labour Council of
                   Canada. Correspondence, text

5       14         SIU of Canada. Constitution                                  June 1961

5       15         SIU of Canada. General election. Official ballot             Sept. 1964

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Vol.    Folder                                     File Title              Dates

5       16         SIU of Canada. General Lakes Proposals Committee.      1964
                   Lake Contract Proposals for 1964. Analysis and
                   commentary

5       17         SIU of Canada. "History of the SIU"                    n.d.

5       18         SIU of Canada. John Edward Droeger versus SIU          Apr. 1954
                   and Hal Banks. Judgement

5       19         SIU of Canada. Maritime Appeals Board - Terms of       c.Apr. 1963
                   Reference

5       20         SIU of Canada. Press releases, newsletter              n.d.,
                                                                          1964-1966

5       21         SIU of Canada. Press release on Upper Lakes            1965
                   Shipping brief to House of Commons; copy of brief

5       22         SIU of Canada. Procedures re "beefs" (grievances),     1963-1964
                   completed grievance advice

5       23         SIU of Canada. SS John A. France. Shipboard minutes,   July 1964
                   statement re: grievance, covering letter

5       24         SIU of Canada and N.M. Paterson & Sons Limited.        June 1962
                   Agreement

5       25         SIU of Canada and Papachristidis Co. Ltd. Agreement    Apr. 1962

5       26         SIU of Canada versus Canada Steamship Lines.           July 1965
                   Arbitration award

5       27         Sinclair, Clayton. "Banks' Next Move - Back to         22 Oct. 1963
                   Work?" The Gazette

5       28         Sinclair, Clayton. "Hal [Banks] Mum on Next Move."     23 Oct. 1963
                   The Gazette

5       29         Sinclair, Clayton, and Hans Grottke. "SIU Men in       24 Oct. 1963
                   Montreal Back Banks, Walkout." The Gazette

5       30         Scrapbook. News clippings (see also item 6-1 in        Oct. 1963 -
                   volume 2 above)                                        Jan. 1964

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Vol.    Folder                                     File Title              Dates

6       1          Scrapbook. News clippings                               Jan.-Mar.
                                                                           1964

6       2          Scrapbook. News clippings                               Apr.-Aug.
                                                                           1964

6       3          Scrapbook. News clippings                               Sept. 1964

7       1          Scrapbook. News clippings                               1-6 Oct. 1964

7       2          Scrapbook. News clippings                               7-31 Oct.
                                                                           1964

7       3          Scrapbook. News clippings                               2-25 Nov.
                                                                           1964

7       4          Scrapbook. News clippings                               26 Nov. 1964
                                                                           31 Dec. 1964

8       1          Scrapbook. News clippings                               Jan-Feb. 1965

8       2          Scrapbook. News clippings                               Mar. 1965

8       3          Scrapbook. News clippings                               Apr.-May
                                                                           1965

9       1          Scrapbook. News clippings                               June-Aug.
                                                                           1965

9       2          Scrapbook. News clippings                               Sept.-Dec.
                                                                           1965

9       3          Scrapbook. News clippings                               Jan. 1966 -
                                                                           June 1967

9       4          Scrapbook. Loose material                               n.d.,
                                                                           1954-1969,
                                                                           1977

9       5          News clippings. SIU and maritime industrial relations   1966-1969

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Vol.    Folder                                     File Title                               Dates

10      1          Scrapbook. News clippings. Industrial relations                          1962-1969
                   in shipping, rail, and other industries

                                         SHIPS: REFERENCE FILES

10      2          Ships. Newspaper clippings. "Abegweit" to "Empress of England"           c.1939-1971

11      1          Ships. Newspaper clippings. "Empress of France" to "Pueblo"              c.1939-1971

12      1          Ships. Newspaper clippings "Qu'Appelle" to "Zweelo"                      c.1939-1971

12      2          Icebreakers. Reference materials, wire copy, press releases              1956-1959

12      3          HMCS Labrador, Haida, and other vessels. Printed matter                  n.d.,
                                                                                            1954-1955

                                 BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MARITIME
                                     TRANSPORTATION UNIONS
                                           Oversize Material

13      1          Seafarers' International Union of Canada.     Canadian Sailor/Le Marin   Jan. 1962 -
                   Canadien                                                                 May 1965
                   (incomplete set)

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File Title : document types                                    Dates                             Volume.Folder
Vol.      Folder                                File Title                                        Dates

 FINANCIAL TIMES OF CANADA Series

 Barkway, Michael (Financial Times Editor and Publisher).        1964-1970               14.1
 Book Reviews: correspondence

 Barkway, Michael (Financial Times Editor and Publisher).        1971-1972               14.2
 Book Reviews: correspondence

 Barkway, Michael (Financial Times Editor and Publisher).        1973-1974               14.3
 Book Reviews: correspondence

 Editorial Direction: correspondence, memoranda                  1964-1967               14.4

 Editorial Direction: correspondence, memoranda                  1968-1970               14.5

 Editorial Direction: correspondence, memoranda, notes, agenda   1971                    14.6

 Editorial Direction: correspondence, memoranda, post-           1972-1987               14.7
 mortems reviewing published issues

 Editorial Direction: correspondence, memoranda, post-           1988-1991               14.8
 mortems reviewing published issues

 Editorial Makeup: report, memoranda, print matter, mock-up      n.d., 1963-1981         14.9
 sheets

 Editorial and Other Policy: correspondence, memoranda,          1965-1994               14.10 to 14.11
 collective agreements

 Financial Times Editorial Style: memoranda, style guides,       1959, 1966-1977         14.12 to 14.13
 correspondence, print matter, reference material

 Financial Times Editorial Style: memoranda, notes, print        ca. 1960s-1984          14.14 to 14.15
 matter                                                          (predominant 1973-
                                                                 1977)

 Financial Times Editorial Style: style guides, memoranda        n.d., 1971-1989         14.16 to 14.17

 Financial Times History - General: correspondence,              n.d., 1966, 1972-1983   14.18
 memoranda, and other material

 Financial Times History - General: correspondence,              1987-1988               14.19
 memoranda, and other material

 Financial Times History - General: correspondence,              1989-1994               14.20
 memoranda, and other material

 Financial Times “Annual” Publication: memoranda, reports        1964-1973               15.1

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File Title : document types                                   Dates                  Volume.Folder

 Financial Times “Canada Commerce” Publication:                 1966-1970    15.2
 memoranda, correspondence, publicity, notes

 Financial Times “Industrial Locations” Publication:            1967-1974    15.3
 correspondence, memoranda, minutes

 Financial Times News Service (Wire Service):                   1967-1989    15.4
 correspondence, memoranda

 Industrial Relations Centre, McGill University. 27th Annual    1979         15.5
 Conference, on “The Problem of Essential Services”:
 conference kit, paper by Sinclair, correspondence

 LaPalme, Robert. Sinclair’s Donation of LaPalme Caricatures    1986         15.6
 to Public Archives of Canada: correspondence and other
 materials

 Maxwell, Judith. Departure from Financial Times Staff: “gag”   Sept. 1972   15.7
 issue of the newspaper

 Personnel and Business Administration: memoranda               1984-1990    15.8

 Production and Mechanical: reports, memoranda,                 1964-1967    15.9
 correspondence

 Production and Mechanical: reports, memoranda,                 1968-1990    15.10
 correspondence

 Readership Surveys and Related Issues: memoranda, reports,     1967-1973    15.11 to 15.12
 correspondence, publicity, print matter

 Readership Surveys and Related Issues: memoranda, reports      1974-1989    15.13 to 15.14

 Sinclair, Clayton: general correspondence                      1965-1971    15.15

 Sinclair, Clayton: general correspondence                      1972-1977    15.16

 Sinclair, Clayton: general correspondence                      1976-1977    15.17

 Sinclair, Clayton: general correspondence                      1978-1979    15.18

 Sinclair, Clayton: general correspondence                      1980-1988    15.19

 Sinclair, Clayton: general correspondence                      1989-1992    15.20

 Smoking in the Workplace. Financial Times Clean Air            1986         15.21
 Committee: reports, survey, minutes

 Taxation. Proposed Regular Column, by I.H. Asper (Winnipeg):   1967         15.22
 correspondence

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File Title : document types                                  Dates                      Volume.Folder
Vol.      Folder                              File Title                                 Dates

 The Paper as Product: correspondence, memoranda, financial   n.d., 1965-1969   16.1
 material, reports, print matter

 The Paper as Product: correspondence, memoranda, reports     1970-1974         16.2

 The Paper as Product: correspondence, memoranda, reports,    1975-1977         16.3
 speech

 The Paper as Product: correspondence, memoranda, reports     1978-1993         16.4

 Toronto Bureau: teletype messages (photocopies)              ca. 1970-1975     16.5 to 16.7

 Toronto Bureau. Editorial and Administration:                1964-1971         16.8
 correspondence and memoranda

 Toronto Bureau. Editorial and Administration:                1972              16.9
 correspondence and memoranda

 Toronto Bureau. Editorial and Administration:                1972-1975         16.10
 correspondence and memoranda

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Appendix “A”

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                                                    APPENDIX "A"

                                     BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MARITIME
                                         TRANSPORTATION UNIONS:

                                    Item list of Clayton Sinclair's Numbered Files:
                                       prepared by Clayton Sinclair and edited by
                                                  National Archives staff

Note: Use the following item list in conjunction with the preceding topographical list for volumes 1 to 4.

1.        Trustee directive No. 4 re: cheque signing authority to Trusteeship accountant F.B. Coppin, Dec. 31, 1963.

2.        Five questions from Eric Axelson, editor of Canadian Shipping and Marine Engineering News, of Toronto, re:
          labor-management practices in the Great Lakes shipping industry and criticisms of SIU of Canada leaders, along
          with an eight-page answer from Leonard J. McLaughlin, successor to Harold C. Banks as SIU president.

3.        Five-page memo to Trustee Joseph MacKenzie, April 7, 1965, from Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair on
          public relations policy.

4.        Four-page report, Dec. 4, 1964, of a committee chaired by Louis Laberge of the International Association of
          Machinists and nominee of the Canadian Labour Congress, on procedures to be followed in an election of
          officers for the Seafarers' International Union of Canada.

5.        Various public relations matters and memos, 1963-1966.

5A.       June 7, 1965, policy statement re Trustee-Management Relations.

6.        Chairman Dryer's outline of 1964 annual report of the trusteeship to Parliament.

7.        Draft of 1964 annual report.

7A.       Press release, Nov. 27, 1964 (date?) from Canadian and Allied Merchant Seamen's Association (datelined
          Toronto), blaming BTMTU "for not removing Hal Banks' `henchmen' from the Seafarers' International Union
          of Canada (Ind.)."

8.        Trustee Charles H. Millard's Jan. 29, 1965, public response to demands for his resignation from the Board of
          Trustees in which he says he has no intention of resigning and that "You can't build democracy
          undemocratically".

9.        Federal Deputy Minister of Labour George V. Haythorne's five-page letter to Trustee Chairman Judge Rene

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        Lippe, Jan. 20, 1965, commenting on the proposed 1964 trustee report to Parliament.

10.     Trustee Charles H. Millard's May 13, 1965, in-house memo on Trustee-Staff Interim Reorganization Program.

11.     Confidential draft statement of position of SIU of Canada, as expressed March, 1964, by Leonard J.
        McLaughlin, to the Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation Unions, on matters ranging from SIU
        comments on Hal C. Banks to readmission of the union to the Canadian Labour Congress.

12.     July 7, 1965, telegram to Trustee C. H. Millard from Transport Minister J.W. Pickersgill, rejecting proposal of
        a meeting separate from the entire Board of Trustees.

14.     Affidavit, Oct. 15, 1965, of Cyril Williams, seaman, Montreal, regarding communications with SIU of Canada
        officials.

15.     Draft trustee public relations policy proposal, April 9, 1964, on liaison with SIU of Canada and media in Canada
        and the U.S.

15A.    June 19, 1965, response of SIU of Canada president L.J. McLaughlin to statement by Upper Lakes Shipping Ltd.
        President J.D. Leitch that day in St. Catharines, Ont.

15B.    May 21, 1964, memo from Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair to Trustee Charles H. Millard with some details
        of Canada's deepsea shipping economics.

15C.    May 14, 1964, memo to Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair from Trustee Chairman Victor L. Dryer, responding
        to a confidential memo re: SIU of Canada public relations.

15D.    May 14, 1964 memo from Clayton Sinclair referred to in Item 15C.

15E.    Draft Oct. 15, 1963 statement of the BTMTU re: its mandate as outlined in federal Bill C-102.

15F.    Draft handwritten basis for an Oct. 15, 1963, press release from undetermined source.

15G.    Communication, Aug. 10, 1964, by Richard Suppes, chairman of SIU lakes contract negotiating committee, to
        L.J. McLaughlin, executive vice-president of SIU of Canada, expressing concern over bargaining because of
        moves he attributed to McLaughlin.

15H.    Nov. 10, 1964, report of BTMTU elections committee.

15I.    Majority report, Dec. 4, 1964, of same body.

15J.    Dec. 10, 1964 minority report of BTMTU elections committee by Robert McArthur, SIU of Canada nominee.

16.     Various Canada Labour Relations Board decisions affecting Seafarers' International Union of Canada, 1965.

16A.    Press release, July 8, 1965, by SIU of Canada complaining of safety problems on inland waters.

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16B.    Bulletin #3 signed by Brother Neptune (Canadian Maritime Union), comparing 1965 conditions in SIU and CMU.

16C.    June 17, 1965, SIU of Canada directive critical of Canadian Maritime Union contract with Upper Lakes Shipping
        Ltd.

16D.    June 30, 1964, memo from Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair re future course of SIU publication "Canadian
        Sailor".

16E.    Apr. 3, 1964, statement by Paul Hall, president, SIU of North America, on matters affecting SIU of Canada. Hall
        highly critical of trusteeship and philosophy behind it.

17.     Dec. 11, 1963 public statement from Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation Unions calling for an early
        meeting with a delegation of inland shipping managers.

18.     July 20, 1964, letter from Trustee Charles H. Millard to William Dodge, executive v.p. of Canadian Labour
        Congress, promoting a domestic deepsea shipping industry.

19.     Board of Trustees' annual report to Parliament for 1963.

20.     October, 1964 memoranda of agreements between SIU of Canada, N.M. Paterson and Sons Ltd., National Sand
        and Material Co. Ltd. and Branch Lines Ltd.

21.     Minutes of Sept. 14, 1964, meeting of SIU of North America's international executive board in San Francisco.

22.     May 21, 1964 documentation to L.J. McLaughlin, executive vice-president of SIU of Canada, from SIU of North
        America Atlantic, Gulf, Lakes and Inland Water District Director of Organizing, Herb Brand, on hiring halls.

23.     Sept. 8, 1964, leaflet from "Reform" slate of SIU of Canada members seeking election.

23A.    Sept. 30, 1964, statement in Montreal by Paul Hall, SIU of N.A. president, through Earl Shepard, vice-president,
        SIUNA Atlantic and Gulf District, that Hal C. Banks has resigned all SIU offices.

24.     Leaflet from "establishment" candidates similar to Item 23.

25.     Feb. 26, 1965 interim injunction by Quebec Superior Court Justice G.B. Puddicombe sought by SIU of Canada
        against Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.

26.     Speech, "Is Trade Union Movement a Man's World?" by Mrs. K. Eva Hikl, research director, SIU of Canada,
        to South Shore University Women's Club, Feb. 22, 1965.

27.     Tally Sheets and report of Tallying Committee Report on Elections, SIU of Canada, Nov. 26, 1964.

28.     "A Supplementary Maritime Unions Trustee Report for the Period Jan. 1, 1964 to Dec. 31, 1964. (by Trustee
        Charles H. Millard.) (See #133.)

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29.     Winnipeg Free Press column, April 16, 1972, by Dudley Magnus, recalling how C.H. Millard was correct, all
        along, in his approach to trusteeship nine years earlier.

30.     Photographs of trusteeship employees and trustees (Transferred to Documentary Art and Photography
        Division).

31.     Minutes of House of Commons standing committee on industrial relations, respecting operations of the
        board of trustees under the Maritime Transportation Unions Trustees Act, chairman Bryce Mackasey: No. 1 --
        April 23, 1964; Dec. 10, 1964 and Mar. 16, 1965.
        Also, No. 2: Mar. 25, 1965.

32.     Bill C-102, An Act to Provide for the Placing of the Maritime Transportation Unions of Canada Under the
        Management and Control of Trustees. As Passed by the House of Commons, 11th October, 1963.

34.     Letters, Aug. 14 and 15, 1964, from H.P. Moisan (trustee employee in Quebec City), dealing with matters
        affecting the SIU of Canada in that area.

35.     Letter, Aug. 24, 1964, from Trustee Chairman V.L. Dryer to Charles Turner, SIU of Canada president, seeking
        action "within next few days" re: (Ken?) Bryan and defamatory statements credited to the SIU official at Fort
        William.

36.     May 26, 1964 notes on tissue paper (with additional notes on reverse), listing Trustee accomplishments and
        future goals, written by Trustee C. H. Millard. (See #55.)

37.     Memo, Feb. 24, 1964, to Trustee Chairman Victor L. Dryer from legal assistant H.A. Hope re: constitutional or
        other authority over the SIU's Canadian division by its North American parent. Specifically, it offers an opinion
        on the ability of the parent body to take action against an officer of a chartered affiliate.

38.     Letter, Feb. 19, 1966, from Eric Axelson of Toronto, editor of Canadian Shipping and Marine Engineering News,
        in response to Trustee Chairman Rene Lippe's invitation to comment on the Trustee Board's 1965 report to
        House of Commons. The letter criticizes the board for being less than open with the public and expresses
        concern that while the union appears to be moving in the right direction, ending the Trusteeship by the end
        of 1965 might not be advisable. (With a covering note to Clayton Sinclair from Trustee Charles H. Millard.)

39.     Unsigned memo from Trustee Charles H. Millard, Sept. 2, 1964, recommending elimination of the Trusteeship
        and calling "for the return of the management and control of each of the maritime unions to duly elected and
        responsible officers of such unions."

40.     Proposal, Sept. 7, 1964, to Trustee Chairman Victor L. Dryer from Clayton Sinclair, recommending two press
        releases dealing with procedures to be followed in the forthcoming SIU of Canada election.

42.     "Private Memorandum Re: Trusteeship" (from Trustee Charles H. Millard, late 1964, to Executive Members of
        the Canadian Labour Congress, advocating elimination of the federal trusteeship. (Millard's famous
        communication that renewed the clamor for stronger control of the unions and the demand from some quarters

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        that Millard be fired.)

43.     July 26, 1966--"A Second Look at the Settlement of the Longshoremen's Strike at St. Lawrence River Ports." (By
        W.J. Fisher, of the Canadian Shipowners' Association, Ottawa.)

44.     Trustees' 1964 annual report to House of Commons. (With some unidentified excerpts from photocopied letters
        and documents attached.)

45.     "Ticket to Bermuda", an `Economist' article from Sept. 15, 1956, dealing with the flight of shipowners to flag-of-
        convenience havens such as Bermuda.

46.     Letter, February 10, 1964, from Frank Drea, assistant public relations director (Canada), for the United
        Steelworkers of America, criticizing an editorial in the Canadian Register (Kingston, Ont.) that asked of the three
        maritime trustees: "Where's the Cleanup?" (with a copy of the editorial.)

47.     A 1961 federal government guide re: personal expenses.

48.     Letters, Mar. 23, 1965, and April 1, 1965, from Leonard J. McLaughlin, president of the SIU of Canada and
        Donald J. MacDonald, secretary-treasurer of the Canadian Labour Congress, respectively, in which McLaughlin
        asks MacDonald's advice re distribution of material critical of the SIU by Upper Lakes Shipping Ltd. of Toronto,
        and MacDonald's reply withholding approval for such material being distributed to CLC affiliates.

49.     C.H. Millard's note accompanying transmission of an initial, Feb. 8, 1965, report of the Religion-Labour Council
        of Canada study of Great Lakes seamen.

50.     Apr. 2, 1965, letter to J.W. Pickersgill, federal minister of transport, and Allan J. MacEachen, federal minister of
        labor, in which the Canadian Merchant Service Guild protests "a drastic reclassification" of deck crews by
        Canada Steamship Lines of Montreal.

51.     Proposed Constitution of the Canadian Marine Officers Union. (No date.)

52.     Trustee C.H. Millard's "To Whom it may Concern" memo of July 1, 1965, asking the federal government to
        promote establishment of a National Maritime Board or council made up of shipping management and unions.

53.     C.H. Millard memo to Chairman Judge Rene Lippe, Jan. 19, 1965, drawing attention to alleged violations of
        Trustee communications directives to Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers in
        which Pres. W.J. Smith brands the recent SIU election "a tragic farce."

54.     Notice to Board of Trustee employees of conditions of employment, from Rudy V. Sladen, office administrator.

55.     Undated 25-point citation of trusteeship accomplishments and goals. (See #36.)

56.     C.H. Millard's July 21, 1965, memo to Trustee Chairman Rene Lippe in which he cites reasons for retaining both
        Charles Turner and Clayton Sinclair on staff. Millard also criticizes the trusteeship administration for usurping
        his own (Millard's) mandate and altering trusteeship goals.

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57.     Nov. 25, 1964, "clarification" sought by John Howard of trustees' legal staff to be published in a new edition
        of the SIU of Canada's "Canadian Sailor".

58.     Board of Trustees' 1963 report to House of Commons, through federal labor minister Allan J. MacEachen.

59.     Letter of Charles Turner, SIU of Canada president, July 28, 1964, to Donald MacDonald, Canadian Labour
        Congress secretary-treasurer, seeking a CLC team of observers to scrutinize the SIU's upcoming election that
        year.

60.     Aug. 4, 1964, press release announcing creation of the Canadian Marine Officers' Union to succeed the licensed
        division of the SIU of Canada.

61.     Aug. 11, 1964, letter from H.A. Hope, executive director of the BTMTU to Charles Turner, SIU of Canada
        president, confirming trustee policy on a separate marine officers' union.

62.     Draft letter from Charles H. Millard to unidentified individual re SIU of Canada ledgers and books of account
        thought to have been taken by Harold C. Banks.

63.     Minutes of Sept. 14, 1964, SIU of North America executive board meeting, San Francisco, Calif., which acted
        on resignation of Harold C. Banks.

64.     Oct. 13, 1964, letter from Riddell Stead, Graham and Hutchison, chartered accountants, confirming to BTMTU
        that practically documents required for its examination of the SIU of Canada's records have been available to
        it.

65.     Oct. 2, 1964, note from Herb Brand, director of organization, SIU of North America, to Clayton Sinclair, assistant
        secretary, Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation Unions, with copy of a letter from Paul Hall, SIU
        of North America president, to the BTMTU, reaffirming the SIU of North America's cooperation with the
        BTMTU and proposing publicity of that.

66.     "Report of Stan Devine to the Executive Board." (No date.)

67.     "Details of Voting Procedure to be Followed by Representatives of the BTMTU."

68.     May 29, 1964, letter from Trustee C.H. Millard, to Miss H. Lorentzen, director of legislative branch, federal
        Department of Labour, introducing Mrs. Eva Hikl, newly-appointed director of research, SIU of Canada.

69.     Minutes of June 17, 1964, SIU meeting aboard N.M. Paterson & Sons Ltd. steamer John A. France.

70.     Notice of Great Lakes shipping industry's management negotiating committee to C.A. Turner, president of SIU
        of Canada, May 27, 1964.

71.     Handwritten note of Trustee Charles H. Millard re surplus labor and arguing for a Canadian deepsea industry.

72.     Handwritten note of SIU's Leonard J. McLaughlin, describing SIU elections as "a model of democracy: in
        comparison with election practices of unions cited by Judge T.C. Norris.

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73.     May 6, 1964, letter from SIU of Canada president Charles Turner to John Wood, Sr., of Montreal, replacing Mr.
        Wood aboard an SIU-contracted vessel.

74.     Apr. 29, 1964, letter from BTMTU Counsel Daniel MacLennan re individual membership in SIU of Canada.

75.     Apr. 16, 1964 telegram from Canadian Counsel in Chicago, reporting peace on the waterfront there (days after
        trustees' removal of Hal C. Banks).

76.     Apr. 9, 1964, BTMTU policy meeting following firing of Hal C. Banks as president of SIU of Canada.

77.     Bulletin planned for release to Canadian Maritime Union members, submitted Apr. 2, 1964, by CMU President
        James Todd to BTMTU for approval.

78.     Draft statement of Trustee Charles H. Millard, following his meeting with Paul Hall, president of the SIU of
        North America.

79.     July, 1965 (?) press report of trustees' release of five staff members, including Clayton Sinclair, assistant
        secretary, and Charles Turner, pro-tem president of SIU of Canada.

80.     Notes for a speech by Charles H. Millard on the philosophy of government trusteeships for trade unions.

81.     Communication from Canada's Washington embassy on intelligence on New York dinner of U.S. maritime union
        officials, Feb. 7, 1964.

82.     Minutes of Jan. 29, 1964, headquarters meeting of SIU Cda.

83.     Minutes of Jan. 16, 1964, meeting between representatives of Great Lakes shipping companies and Board of
        Trustees.

84.     Proposed notes for BTMTU 1963 report to House of Commons from Trustee Charles H. Millard, and Jan. 4, 1965,
        observations by Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair.

85.     July 2, 1964, telegram to Prime Minister Pearson from Charles Turner and L.J. McLaughlin, SIU of Canada
        president and executive vice-president, complaining of Canadian-registered deepsea vessel Eskimo having lost
        her supply contract with federal Department of Transport.
        (Two copies, with one supplementary statement.)

86.     Letter, Mar. 5, 1964, from H.O. Jerry, ship chandler, Goderich, Ont., seeking trustees' removal of Hal C. Banks
        as president of SIU of Canada.

87.     Minutes of Feb. 26, 1964, SIU of Canada headquarters meeting.

88.     Minutes of Mar. 11, 1964, SIU of Canada headquarters meeting.

89.     Copy (from author) of confidential Feb. 20, 1964, letter from Eric Axelson, editor of Canadian Shipping and
        Marine Engineering News, to Claude Jodoin, Canadian Labour Congress president, critical of CLC policy toward

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        SIU and Trustees, and a covering note to Clayton Sinclair, BTMTU assistant secretary, expressing support for
        BTMTU work but seeking reason for continuing support.

90.     Memo, Feb. 18, 1964, from BTMTU Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair to Trustees Dryer and Lippe re
        "outcroppings of [recent] CLC organizing drive".

91.     Notes for press release re: SIU elections.

92.     Minutes of SIU of Canada central negotiating committee meeting, Montreal, March 31, 1964.

94.     Drafts of Mar. 18, 1964, BTMTU press releases dealing with dismissal of Harold C. Banks and appointment of
        Charles Turner as his temporary successor.

95.     Handwritten draft of a response to the above by Leonard J. McLaughlin, executive vice-president of SIU of
        Canada.

96.     "Statement of Mr. Justice Dryer" on Mar. 18, 1964, dismissal of Hal C. Banks as president of SIU of Canada (as
        amended by Judge Dryer).

97.     Schedule for publication of special edition of SIU of Canada paper "Canadian Sailor" to follow Banks' dismissal.

98.     Copy of procedure to be followed by BTMTU officials and employees on the day of Hal C. Banks' dismissal
        as president of the SIU of Canada, Mar. 18, 1964.

99.     Draft of Trustee Charles H. Millard's "separate" report on BTMTU activities to House of Commons.

100.    Page of pencilled scribblings by Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair re: questions in House of Commons on
        Trustees' policy on dealing with SIU of Canada.

101.    Jan. 28, 1964, Canadian Press report on Canadian Labour Congress's urging that Trustees remove Hal C. Banks
        as president of SIU of Canada. Also, Globe and Mail (Toronto) report of Canadian Brotherhood of Railway,
        Transport and General Workers' charge that trusteeship has been a failure; Trustee Chairman Victor L. Dryer's
        response (with handwritten amendments); and editorial planned for Feb. 1, 1964, edition of CBRT publication.

102.    Charles H. Millard's handwritten notes (on Laurentien Hotel stationery), late November, 1963, with typed
        addition (amended in the chairman's handwriting) by Trustee Chairman Victor L. Dryer.

103.    Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair's Dec. 12, 1963, memo to the Board of Trustees on creating a permanent
        labor arbitrator for the inland shipping industry.

104.    Charles H. Millard's note headed "The fraternal hand extended."

105.    Trustee Charles H. Millard's May 6, 1965, memo to Trustee Chairman Judge Rene Lippe and Trustee Joseph
        MacKenzie, on a May 5 meeting between the SIU of Canada and federal Department of Transport.

106.    Typed memo (headed: Charlie, F.Y.I.) from BTMTU Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair to Trustee Charles H.
        Millard, presumably dealing with an Ottawa trip by the Trustees for discussions with federal officials.

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107.    Apr. 12, 1965, telegram from SIU of Canada President L.J. McLaughlin to Prime Minister Pearson on safety
        matters on inland waters.

108.    Telegram, Mar. 19, 1964, to Board of Trustees from SIU of North America President Paul Hall protesting Hal C.
        Banks' firing and related matters.

109.    Trustees' response to above on Mar. 19, 1964, and inviting Hall to a meeting with them on the following day.

110.    Trustee Charles H. Millard's Mar. 29, 1965, note to United Steelworkers of America publicist Murray Cotterill,
        with a proposed editorial for the SIU's "Canadian Sailor".

111.    Handwritten Mar. 9, 1965, note on "Hope, Judge (BTMTU employee), Ainsborough (government rep.) and
        Laberge (CLC rep.)"

112.    Trustee Charles H. Millard's typed memo (amended in his handwriting), circa June, 1965, arguing that
        government trusteeship can be ended prior to its legislated life.

113.    Photograph: Judge Rene Lippe, Judge Victor L. Dryer, Trustee Charles H. Millard, March, 1964? Montreal
        (Transferred to Documentary Art and Photography Division).

114.    Photograph: Trustee Charles H. Millard; a shipping management official; and Judge Rene Lippe, Montreal
        (Transferred to Documentary Art and Photography Division).

115.    Photograph: Trustee Charles H. Millard, Judge Rene Lippe, Trustee Chairman Judge Victor L. Dryer, federal
        Minister of Labor Allan J. MacEachen and his deputy minister, George V. Haythorne.
        Montreal (Transferred to Documentary Art and Photography Division).

116.    Pencilled notes of an interview by Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair with Jean C. Bourguignon, then perhaps
        of the Montreal Port Council management group but, at any rate, a critic of Trustee policies, at 7:15 p.m., Nov.
        4, 1964, in the Mount Royal Hotel, Montreal.

117.    Feb. 6, 1965, press release by Trustees reporting that Canadian seamen have voted heavily against any move
        to replace the union hiring hall system of employment.

118.    Jan. 14, 1965, letter to federal Minister of Labour Allan J. MacEachen from C. H. Millard, trustee administrator
        of the SIU of Canada, criticizing "labor department sources" for commenting on activities of the trusteeship.

119.    Trustee Charles H. Millard's May 13, 1965 memo on "Trustee-Staff Interim Organization Program."

120.    Minutes of four SIU of Canada shipboard meetings.

121.    Constitution of the Seafarers' International Union of North America, as adopted Mar. 23 to Mar. 28, 1942 and
        amended periodically, through the union's twelfth convention in 1965.

122.    Board of Trustees' file index, as of Oct. 22, 1964.

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128.    Two letters from SIU members addressed, circa 1964, to The Editor, "Canadian Sailor."

129.    Mar. 16, 1964, note from Patrick Lavelle, executive assistant to federal Labour Minister Allan J. MacEachen, to
        Clayton Sinclair, Public Relations Officer, BTMTU, seeking clarification of press reports of wire tapping at the
        Board's offices in Montreal.

130.    Portion of an Aug. 24, 1964, memo from Assistant Secretary Clayton Sinclair to the three trustees re
        public relations.

131.    Charles H. Millard's Jan. 10, 1967, brief to the Canadian Labour Congress's Commission on Constitution and
        Structure at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto.

132.    Trustee Charles H. Millard's handwritten memo, circa late 1964 or during 1965, to the effect that trusteeship be
        eliminated provided labor is ready to assume responsibility for the trusteeship.

134.    "Canadian Sailor": March 23, 1964, special edition of the SIU of Canada publication, in which the BTMTU
        outline the replacement of Hal C. Banks with pro-tem president Charles Turner and Administrator Trustee
        Charles H. Millard.

135.    "Canadian Sailor": Feb. 8, 1968, edition of the SIU of Canada publication headlined: "SIU is Free Again:
        Trusteeship end After Four Years."

136.    Photocopy of a two-page, handwritten, document re: "appearing before a Board established by the Minister
        of Labour under the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act." The document probably was written by Harry
        Crowe, once of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers, at conciliation board
        hearings on or about June, 1966, at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal.

6-1     News Clippings: Oct. 16, 1954 to Sept. 1963. (Primarily S.I.U.)

6-4     Submission of Seafarers' International Union of Canada, July 8, 1965, to Hon. J.W. Pickersgill, Minister of
        Transport, re: regulatory matters involving marine safety, St. Lawrence area.

6-5     Supplementary submission, Nov. 26, 1965, by the Seafarers' International Union of Canada, to the Hon. J.W.
        Pickersgill, Minister of Transport, and Allan J. MacEachen, Minister of Labour, re: matters of safety of
        personnel and shipping.

6-6     Supplementary submission of Seafarers' International Union of Canada to the Hon. J.W. Pickersgill, Minister
        of Transport, with regard to matters involving safety on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River. Feb. 25, 1966.

6-7     Canadian Shipping and Marine Engineering News, selected pages, June, 1961-March, 1964.

6-8     Bill C-215 (1966) re: dock workers in Montreal, Trois Rivieres and Quebec City.

6-9     Seafarers' Union of Canada constitution. (No date.)

6-10    Canadian Seafarers' welfare plan booklet. January, 1966.

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6-12    Canadian Labour Congress. Bilingual memorandum, Dec. 11, 1963, to the Government of Canada, reviewing
        legislation and discussing matters of the day affecting the labour movement.

6-13    Seafarers' International Union of Canada. Undated (1962?) 28-page brochure, "The Strange Conspiracy to
        Destroy the standards and Security of Canadian Workers": a complaint directed at Upper Lakes Shipping Ltd.,
        of Toronto, of "a deliberate strike-breaking, union-busting campaign...unleashed in Canada by a multi-million
        dollar American business empire".

6-16    Parliament: "An Act to Provide for the Placing of the Maritime Transportation Unions of Canada Under the
        Management and Control of Trustees. [Assented to 18th October, 1963. 12 Elizabeth II, Chap. 17. (Follow-up
        to Bill C-102 in 1963?).

6-17    Seafarers' International Union of Canada. Submission of, to the Honourable A.J. MacEachen, Minister of
        Labour, on Bill C-126, An Act respecting hours of work, minimum wages, annual vacations and holidays with
        pay in federal works, undertakings and businesses. April 1965.

6-18    Seafarers' International Union of North America, AFL-CIO. Constitution, after amendment at 12th convention,
        1965.

6-19    Seafarers' International Union of Canada. Press release, April 18, 1965, announcing a forthcoming submission
        to government on ship safety on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence river. (The release is accompanied by a 1956
        paper on "Marine Casualties on the St. Lawrence River, 1956", by John T. Behan, Canadian Board of Marine
        Underwriters.

6-20    Canadian Board of Marine Underwriters, John T. Behan. "Marine Casualties on the St. Lawrence River, 1956".
        (Included in item No. 6-19.)

6-22    Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation Unions. Annual report for the period January 1, 1965, to
        December 1, 1965.

6-23    Religion-Labour Council (of Canada). Tabulation of data related to 1964 interviews with Great Lakes and St.
        Lawrence River seamen.

6-28    Religion-Labour Council (of Canada). Schedule [Questionnaire] to be used in interviews with Seamen. 1964.
        (Item includes some preliminary findings noted in pencil, and written commentary on notepaper.)

6-29    Idem. Unmarked copy of Item 6-28.

6-31    Idem. Unmarked French-language copy of Item 6-28.

6-32    Draft press release re the findings of the Religion-Labour Council (of Canada)'s interviews with Canadian
        seamen. (See Item 6-23.)

6-34    Sept. 23, 1964, CBC Radio script by Frank Drea re: work of the Board of Trustees. (With handwritten message
        by Murray Cotterill, publicity director of Canadian branch of United Steelworkers of America.

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6-35      [SIU of North America president] Paul Hall's Sept. 30, 1964, statement re: Harold Chamberlain Banks' resignation
          from all offices of the Seafarers' International Union. (Delivered by Earl Shepard, vice-president of the SIU of
          North America's Atlantic and Gulf District).

6-36      Press release, Sept. 9, 1964, from Board of Trustees re: SIU of Canada's election procedure.

6-37      Drafts of Item No. 6-36. (4 copies.)

6-38      Draft rebuttal, Sept. 25, 1964, by the Board of Trustees, of complaints regarding planned SIU voting procedure.
          (Never issued?)

6-39      Anonymous: Undated three-page commentary on trusteeship, the 1963 Norris Commission and more recent
          exchanges in Parliament.

6-40      Anonymous (but, perhaps, C.H., Millard?): Undated, four-page critique of an article critical of the Board of
          Trustees.

6-41      Anonymous: One-page reply, presumably by newly-elected SIU President Leonard J. McLaughlin, to
          complaints of irregularities in the 1964 Seafarers' International Union of Canada election.

6-42      Canadian Labour Congress. List of news personnel registered for 5th C.L.C. convention (in Montreal, 1964).

6-43      Parliament. Commons. Industrial Relations Committee. Votes and Proceedings, H. of C., No. 39. Apr. 10, 1964,
          p.190. Opening remarks by Chairman Bryce Mackasey re: the conduct of witnesses at committee hearings.

6-44      Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers. Copy of group's "Seamen's Voice"
          publication, Vol. II, No. 3, headed: "Local 400 makes major advances: S.I.U. Looks to Ferries to Bolster Losses".

6-45      Canadian Maritime Commission. January 14, 1964, letter from Chairman Alex. Watson to Clayton Sinclair,
          assistant to the Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation Unions, outlining in detail the state of
          Canada's deepsea merchant fleet, together with a list of
       Canadian vessels flying flags other than Canada's.

6-46      Letter, Jan. 24, 1964, from Clayton Sinclair, assistant to the Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation
          Unions, to Harry Bruce of Maclean's Magazine, outlining in general how the trustees intended to carry out their
          mandate.

6-47      Copy of a Feb. 10, 1964, letter from Frank Drea, assistant public relations director for Canada, United
          Steelworkers of America, to the Editor of the Kingston, Ont.-based Canadian Register. Drea criticizes the
          Canadian Register's editor for being "somewhat hasty" in calling for the firing of Hal Banks as president of the
          Seafarers' International Union of Canada by the Board of Trustees.

6-48      Editorial for the February, 1964, edition of the SIU's "Canadian Sailor", submitted by the paper's editor to the
          Board of Trustees, and approved for publication.

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6-49    Draft and completed copy for a multi-union "bulletin" communication from the Board of Trustees, March 2,
        1964.

6-50    Draft and revised copies of Board of trustees Directive No. 9, Mar. 11, 1964, dealing with "National Shipping
        Rules" that appeared to violate the SIU of Canada constitution. The directive introduces a right of appeal to
        the Trustees by union members affected by the rules.

6-51    Draft of Board of Trustees Directive No. 6-A, Mar. 12, 1964, advising all unions that no collective agreement
        can be concluded without approval by the Board.

6-52    Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers. Copy of the union's Mar. 15, 1964,
        "Canadian Transport" publication, with article on St. Lawrence Seaway Authority contract dispute.

6-53    Draft and final version of Board of Trustees Directive No. 10 reminding all unions that any member expelled from
        membership or who loses membership rights because of a "Do Not Ship" or similar rule, has an automatic right
        to have his case reviewed by a Board of Trustees committee, Mar. 18, 1964.

6-54    Draft of March 18, 1964, press release announcing the Board of Trustees' removal of Hal C. Banks as president
        of the Seafarers' International Union of Canada.

6-55    First draft (not used) of a Mar. 18, 1964, statement by Board of Trustees chairman, Mr. Justice Victor L. Dryer,
        announcing the Trustees' removal of Hal C. Banks as president of the Seafarers' International Union of Canada.

6-56    Various stories prepared by the Board of Trustees for a special edition, Mar. 18, 1964, of the Seafarers'
        International Union of Canada publication "Canadian Sailor". (Nine items).

6-57    Joint statement, Mar. 21, 1964, by Charles Millard of the Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation
        Unions, and Paul Hall, president of the Seafarers' International Union of North America, reporting on talks
        following the dismissal of Hal C. Banks as president of the SIU's Canadian district.

6-58    Statement, Mar. 21, 1964, by Paul Hall, president of the Seafarers' International Union of North America,
        reiterating the SIU of NA's position with respect to government trusteeship.

6-59    Bilingual notice of the creation of a Hal Banks Trust Fund to be used to defray the cost of legal expenses of
        Banks "and some officials involved in the cases before the courts".

6-60    Montreal Gazette article reporting the SIU of Canada has "clamped down" on a campaign within the union "for
        funds to defray the legal expenses of Hal C. Banks, deposed SIU president".

6-61    Globe and Mail article, Apr. 1, 1964, of a Metro Toronto wire-tapping operation. (Of interest following a
        suggestion that the trustees' offices had been bugged.)

6-62    Draft of a joint statement by Charles Millard of the Board of Trustees, and Paul Hall, head of the Seafarers'

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        International Union of North America, after an Apr. 3, 1964, meeting "to explore the problems facing the maritime
        industry on the Great Lakes".

6-63    Statement by Paul Hall, president of the Seafarers' International Union of North America, following an Apr. 3,
        1964, meeting with representatives of the Board of Trustees.

6-64    Undated statement by Charles Millard of the Board of Trustees following a meeting with Paul Hall of the
        Seafarers' International Union of North America.

6-65    May 21, 1964, handwritten declaration by Leonard J. McLaughlin of the SIU of Canada that the chairman and
        secretary of a seven-man elected shipping rules committee would request that "certain ambiguities between the
        shipping rules, the motions of general meetings and the constitution" be dealt with.

6-66    Signed notice, Apr. 21, 1964, of the appointment of H.A. Hope as executive director of the Board of Trustees.

6-67    Draft press release, April 30, 1964, from the Seafarers' International Union of Canada promoting re-establishment
        of a deepsea merchant fleet.

6-68    Draft press release, May 15, 1964, from the Board of Trustees (with amendments by Trustee Charles H. Millard)
        welcoming a decision by inland and coastal steamship operators to deal as one with labour during that year's
        union-management negotiations.

6-69    Communication, June 2, 1964, from SIU of Canada Executive Vice-President Leonard J. McLaughlin to all union
        offices ordering that an unauthorized collection of money described as "shaking the can" for a "Hal Banks
        Defense Fund" "cease and desist immediately, under pain of (those involved) being placed on charges by the
        Union."

6-70    Draft SIU of Canada press release, Aug. 14, 1964, announcing that elections for offices in the SIU of Canada
        open the following day.

6-71    Draft and copy of a Board of Trustees press release on job transfers within the SIU of Canada.

6-72    Beginnings of a statement by SIU Executive Vice-President Leonard J. McLaughlin re complaints of job
        transfers within the union.

6-73    Draft and final version of an Aug. 17, 1964, Board of Trustees press release announcing the board's order that
        the SIU of Canada restore Andre Bansept to his position as acting Quebec City port agent.

6-74    Bulletin No. 1 of the "Seafarer's Rights and Welfare Committee" (With an Aug. 18, 1964, `received' stamp),
        commenting on candidates and issues in the SIU of Canada election.

6-75    SIU of Canada election "Credentials Committee" report of Aug. 28, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, 1964, with list of
        nominations after those dates.

6-76    Canadian Maritime Union. A special edition of the union's "Beacon" publication, reminding members of various
        rights.

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6-77    SIU of Canada [Election] Reform Slate. A Sept. 6, 1964, election communication by a union group headed by
        Rene Turcotte, Stan Devine and Jim Holden, opposed to an "establishment" slate headed by Leonard J.
        McLaughlin.

6-78    SIU of Canada's full, Sept. 7, 1964, slate of candidates for an election "beginning Sept. 15, 1964".

6-79    Proposed Sept. 10, 1964, SIU of Canada press release announcing that a list of 44 candidates planning to
        contest 16 elected jobs within the union will be published in a special edition of the union's "Canadian Sailor"
        the following day. (Draft and final version.)

6-80    Short article planned by SIU of Canada for a special election issue of its "Canadian Sailor".

6-81    SIU of Canada election procedure instructions to members.

6-82    Second version of 6-81.

6-83    Election procedure articles planned by SIU of Canada for its "Canadian Sailor" publication, 1964.

6-84    List of candidates for 1964 SIU of Canada election.

6-85    Board of Trustees' Sept. 22, 1964, press release announcing expansion of its Maritime Appeals Board to three
        members from one.

6-86    One-page cover note (only) of an SIU of North America communication to members, Oct. 9, 1964, that speaks
        of minutes from a Sept. 14, 1964, international executive board meeting. Signed by SIU of NA president, Paul
        Hall. (See Item # 63 in Box 2.)

6-87    February, 1960, edition of the SIU of North America's "Great Lakes Seafarer" publication, with the revised Jan.
        25, 1960, text of the SIU Great Lakes District constitution.

6-88    Brochure: "Representative Press Reports on the Great Lakes Shipping Inquiry", October, 1962. "Issued by
        Upper Lakes Shipping Ltd., 417 Queen's Quay, Toronto, Ont., as a Public Service".

6-89    "SIU Reformers Test Plan To Get Rid of Hal Banks". Undated early 1960s clipping from The Gazette, Montreal.

6-90    "Wirtz worried. Union disobedience raises concern in U.S." Undated mid-1960s clipping of New York Times
        Service article printed in Globe and Mail, Toronto.

6-91    "The SIU. Canadian Labour's Disgrace". A four-page "Current Affairs" series publication of the Canadian
        Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers.

6-92    Seafarers' International Union of Canada. April 25, 1963 "Memo to All Employees" signed by President Hal C.
        Banks proposing a check-off of union dues for union employees. The proposal stemmed from recent denials
        of six applications for welfare plan payments because the members affected were in arrears in their dues.

6-93    Three undated "Bulletins" signed by "Brother Neptune", critical of the Seafarers' International Union of North

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        America. (circa early 1963?).

6-94    Seafarers' International Union of Canada. "Statement of, Relative to The Report of The Industrial Inquiry
        Commission on The Disruption of Shipping", 108p., Montreal, P.Q., September, 1963.

6-95    One galley of "Canadian Sailor" shipboard minutes from September and October, 1963, in which SIU members
        comment on the recent Norris Inquiry and other events.

6-96    Canada. Department of Labour. Industrial Relations Branch. Oct. 4, 1963 "Notice to Employers, Employees and
        Trade Unions in the Maritime Transportation Industry" dealing with vacation pay.

6-97    Idem. Nov. 13, 1963 "Further Notice to Employers, Employees and Trade Unions in the Maritime Transportation
        Industry" on same subject as 6-96.

6-98    Canada. Commons. Bill C-102. "An Act to Provide for the Placing of the Maritime Transportation Unions of
        Canada Under the Management and Control of Trustees." As Passed buy the House of Commons, 11th
        October, 1963.

6-99    Latter portion of a Canadian Press report, October, 1963, outlining the federal government's plans for trusteeship
        over Canada's maritime transportation unions.

6-100   Draft of the Oct. 23, 1963 "Statement to the Press by the Board of Trustees of the Maritime Transportation
        Unions following initial meeting".

6-101   Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers. Nov. 21, 1963 "Canadian Marine Engineer"
        bulletin.

6-102   Transcript of a Nov. 26, 1963, interview of an unidentified individual (an S.I.U. member?) on government's new
        trusteeship over Canada's maritime transportation unions.

6-103   A Dec. 2, 1963 "initial proposal for a Trusteeship pamphlet-bulletin-letter" titled "Trusteeship and Your Union",
        developed by Clayton Sinclair, assistant to the Board of trustees of the Maritime Transportation Unions.

6-104   An Oct. 6, 1963, letter to the SIU of Canada's "Canadian Sailor" publication from "a few members of Local 285,
        Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers", saying they would rather belong to the
        SIU than the CBRT.

6-105   A front-page cartoon and editorial comment to Canada's imposition of trusteeship in the Dec. 13, 1963, edition
        of the SIU of North America's "Seafarers' Log" publication.

6-106   "Points for [a] First Bulletin Contest". A late-1963 (?) publicity proposal believed to have been proposed by
        Trustee Charles H. Millard for publication in one or more of the organs of those unions under trusteeship.

6-107   A follow-up proposal, probably devised in 1964 by Trustee C.H. Millard, for one or more of the publications
        of those unions under trusteeship.

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